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Honda and Acura TPMS cross References

Looking for TPMS information, I found these two sites that list TPMS part numbers for ALL Honda and Acura models since 2005 model year.

Honda:
http://www.hondatpms.com/fitment_types_honda.htm

Acura:
http://www.acura-tpms.com/#1

Hopefully stickying this will STOP quite a few of the threads which ask whether so and so TPMS will work on their car. I hope nubies that come here for dePax questions at least read this before asking what other model TPMS will work with their Touring.

Also, Honda seems to have changed the Touring TPMS for Model Year 2008+ if the site is right.
 

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Re: Honda and Acura TPMS cross References

dvpatel said:
Looking for TPMS information, I found these two sites that list TPMS part numbers for ALL Honda and Acura models since 2005 model year.

Honda:
http://www.hondatpms.com/fitment_types_honda.htm

Acura:
http://www.acura-tpms.com/#1

...Also, Honda seems to have changed the Touring TPMS for Model Year 2008+ if the site is right.
Great post! Yes, Honda did change the Touring TPMS for its 2008+ edition.

Also on 2005-2007 Touring models that use the TPMS part #06421-S3V-A04, this part is preceeded by the following part #'s.
• 06421-S3V-A01
• 06421-S3V-A02
• 06421-S3V-A03

These previous part #'s are the exact same part as the -A04. They are completely compatible with the 2005-2007 Touring edition and can be inner changed for replacement without difficulties as well! :D
 

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Ody 2005-2007 Touring TPMS references

FYI:
As we known that the TPMS part numbers for 2005-2007 for Odyssey Touring ranging from • 06421-S3V-A01, • 06421-S3V-A02, • 06421-S3V-A03, • 06421-S3V-A04, and they all will work for the Touring version from 2005-07. But each tire pressure monitor sensor has a life span from 6-10 years due to the lithion battery inside them.
So per my vendor (we buy 200-300 Honda OE sensors from them at a time) spec the break down for those part number:

• 06421-S3V-A01 is manufactured in 2004
• 06421-S3V-A02 is manufactured from 2005
• 06421-S3V-A03 is manufactured from 2006-2007
• 06421-S3V-A04 is manufactured from 2008-current

So if you are depaxing and buying new tpms (recommended) be sure to get 06421-S3V-A04 part number to get maxium investment for your money!
 

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TPMS part numbers

I purchased some used TPMS sensors that were listed as 06421-S3V-A04.

These numbers are not visible on the part. Are there other codes I should look for to make sure I actually got the -A04 part (and not an older version)?

The codes embossed on the case are:
FCC ID: GQ43-21T
IC: 1470A-2T

PBT 30 GF
TRW Automotive

14172 315 MHz
88495D51

Embossed on the other (PCB) side are
numbers like:
6-2
 

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Re: TPMS part numbers

VanDamn said:
I purchased some used TPMS sensors that were listed as 06421-S3V-A04.

These numbers are not visible on the part. Are there other codes I should look for to make sure I actually got the -A04 part (and not an older version)?

The codes embossed on the case are:
FCC ID: GQ43-21T
IC: 1470A-2T

PBT 30 GF
TRW Automotive

14172 315 MHz
88495D51

Embossed on the other (PCB) side are
numbers like:
6-2
If the sensors are used and out of retail bags (see picture) there is no way we can tell which is older version.

 

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I bought the after market TPMS transmitters a local (Taiwan) manufacturer, who also supply to the States and some eBay seller.

This is the model OPA-S3VA


On my touring model, I had PAX system, but just De-PAX with new wheels, tires & TPMS transmitters. After instll, there is no tire pressure warning light on. I follow the instruction to rum 15 minutes (more than 10 miles), but only one pressure shown on the panel (Right Rear).

After 2 days, the Right Front pressure also show up.

I think it still need some time to let the TPMS syster to receive the signal (code) from the transmitters, and let it match (recognize) the position to shown correspond location & pressure? :confused:
 
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